If you're heading into the latter part of your pregnancy, and you're starting to think about delivering your baby in these times of potential risk for COVID-19, there's a few things for you to consider. It is never too early for you to start to talk to the hospital where you plan to deliver, or even do some research around what hospitals are doing to prevent risk. So the CDC is continually evolving their guidelines and they are available at the CDC center for disease control web pages. And because this is a novel virus and science is continually emerging, you are strongly recommended to stay in close contact with your obstetrical care provider and your practitioner, and make sure that you understand what current guidelines are because they are changing day to day.
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